Previous Format: CHR “97.5 WABB” WABB-FM New Format: Christian AC “K-Love” WLVM Date & Time Of Change: February 29, 2012 at 11:59pm More Info: RadioInsight Related Changes: 104.1 WABD Debuts WABB’s Final Day | Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | The Final Hour | PlayStop
Previous Format: Classic Hits “96.7 The Coast” New Format: Christian AC “K-Love” Date & Time Of Change: May 19, 2011 at 12:00am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Notes: This aircheck features a montage of jingles and sweepers from its incarnations as The Coast and Kool 96.7 before going dark as the station prepared to move its tower closer to New York. The station would return as Christian AC “K-Love” on May 30. Aircheck contributed by Mike Raub PlayStop
Previous Format: Classical New Format: Contemporary Christian Date & Time Of Change: 7/6/2010 10:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Format Changes: 99.1 Joy-FM St. Louis Debuts Note: This Aircheck consists of the farewell announcement by KFUO GM Dennis Stortz around 9:00pm, followed by the final minute of music at 10:00 as the station then went silent until the following morning. Thanks to John Moody for contibuting this aircheck. PlayStop
Following the sale of the station from Marantha Broadcasting to secular Convergant Communications, 104.9 WFMZ switched from Contemporary Christian “Praise 105” to Classic Hits. Aircheck Contributed By Bob Corbin of VARTV.com PlayStop
Citadel Broadcasting’s “The Sports Animal” (WWLS 640) began to simulcast its Sports-Talk format on KLGH 105.3. The station’s current FM simulcast, WWLS-FM 104.9, while still simulcasting WWLS at the moment, would flip to country a few days later. Though the dial position of the FM simulcast is changing, the station continues to broadcast on WWLS 640. Until this week, KLGH was a Contemporary Christian station. Citadel had agreed to purchase the it from Kingfisher County Broadcasting for $3.1 million. KLGH’s metro coverage is significantly less than that of WWLS-FM, as the 105.3 signal only reaches the northwestern suburbs of Oklahoma City. This signal, however, fills a hole in WWLS 640’s directional antenna pattern that WWLS-FM could not. Listeners in dow...